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January 23, 1964     Jewell County Record
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JEWEI.I. COUNTY. COURTHOUSE NEWS J~udge Byron Rogers i~zued nmr- ~i~ge licenses to the following: 18, Roger H. Zimmer. For- moso, and Judy K. McElr0y, Ran- daB; Jm~. 13, James Jerry Limb. W .a~fiedd. and Martha Jean Fer- guson, I~andall. C_,otml~r Clerk Alvin C. Fall. Jr., ~ m~ Richtand towns'hip is the t to complete asses'sing. I~le L. Ba~kin,s was charged with driving on left side of road- way not in passing by Trooper Cra~ton. Defe~dam pled guilty and paid $10.00 fine and oourt costs. These motoriscs were charged with speeding by Tr~per Cran- Ston, pled g~fl,ty, and paid court ~o~ts and fines as fo,llows: Warren D. Ter~L4. $30.00; J. E. Coffman, $10.00; Roy R. Kay, $10.00; Kath- ryn L. Bay'ens, $25.00: Harold D. ~er. $10.00; Martin W. Gumm, $25.00; James B. Warren. $10.00: Alber~ K. Ko~ler, $10.00; Freeman E. Biery, $15.00; Dale L. t~urke. $10.00; Ray E. Hines. $10.00; Keith IYL De~ich. $10.00; Charlotte R. Pax~on. $10.00; Wayne M. Thomp- son. $10.00. Glende~ G. Powers wa~ cha~ged by Trooper Cmns~n on two otmts:~s: I. ~, Speedir~g; II, No current driver's license. Defendant pled and paid $30.00 fine on I, $10.00 fine on Coum II. and eour~ costs. ~e~ Rober~ H. GriffHlh was wi~h having in~:lequae equ~pmen~ by Trooper Cranston. Defer~ar~t plod guilty and paid $10.00 firm and cou~t costs. Jay L. Arv~ti-ong wa~ charged (m tw~ counts by T~ Cr~ln- ston: I, Speedkng; If. Inadequate safety equipment Defendan pled g~ild:y ,and paid $15.00 fine on Count I. $5.00 on Cour~t II, and court eocsts. lRi~hard D. Kelly was charged wiel~h h-T~prrgmr passing by Tro~per Lee Dvoci~rger. Defendan~ pled guiRy and paid $10.00 fine and court cesta. The~e motorists were charged wi~ speeding by T~ooper C~n- ~ttm and to.cited bond covering $10.00 fine and caurt coots: David A. DeVoogl~; ~ E. Miller. Arthur A. DarKnger was charg- e! ~ taro c~tm~s by Trooper Cran- ston: I, ~peeding; II, Drivi~g on ke~t side of roadway not m p~ss- hag. De~endam forfeited bond cov~ er~g $15.00 fine on Count I. $10.00 fi~e o~ Caoun II, and court cost~. O~fiee of Cottony Sugexintenden: '"There has never been any eottrrtry a't e~very momen~ ~ vir- tttotm and so wise tha it has not needed to be saved from courteous and demonstrated a groat daal e k~owledge. In several risks with the M~n- k:~:~ 5th grade we always received yew nice welcome from Mrs. Thelma Proctor. }Ios-pitality seems to reflect in the students, too. The group is organized and unified through many working oroups. Twenty-nine students are enroll- ed in the 5th grade. Janice Davi.~ was absen~ on accomat of illness and we trust ~he is well by now. Other studer~ks are Debra Alcorn. Patricia Cady, Dena Clegg. Donna Clegg, Sheila Hun4sir~ger, Susan Kier. Roberta Meyer. Caro4 Myers, Diane Rourke. Debra Sire ison. Karen Louder. Blaine B:~dg~r. David Bad'ger, Rick Biery, Danny Bowersox, Wayne Coffman John ]Dewey, Steven Dcdd, Babhy Free- ]man, Rodney Hanaxmk, Warren I MeElroy, Nelson Moser, Michael Simon. May Smith. Bob Walker i h'~ichael Zadina. Larry Howell and John Weltmer. The lar~guage arts function in all areas of living mad learning m society and permeate ~I the ex- permnce of the sbudem. Whenever and wherever the yomagster listens, talks, reads, and writes he is using language for effective communica- tion, English was the s~bject on the program when we vmi~ed Marfl~o 6th grade. StudenLs were well m- ~ormed on the 8 parts of speech. k~fany had reached far m the tm- derstar~ding of each part, James I~'amer ~s a newcomer to Jewel] county mad he has establish- ed himseif as one who accep~ a d~y's work o~ly if much has been aoco~plishc